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" The rich and the poor meet together : The LORD is the maker of them all. "
A New Guide to the English Tongue: In Five Parts - Page 50
by Thomas Dilworth - 1820 - 144 pages
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Christian Morality: Sermons on the Principles of Morality Inculcated in the ...

William Johnson Fox - 1833 - 336 pages
...created us ?' Excellent question ! for which humanity should bless the Jewish bard that uttered it. ' The rich and the poor meet together ; the Lord is the maker of them all.' They meet, not only in the grave, but in the house of God, and in the good man's heart. Son of...
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Works of the Rev. Robert Hall ...: With a Brief Memoir and a ..., Volume 6

Robert Hall - 1833
...STATE OF THE RICH AND THE POOR PREACHED AT CAMBRIDGE, SEPTEMBER 20, 1829. PROVERBS xxii. 2. The rich and the poor meet together: the Lord is the maker of them all. THIS book consists of a number of short sentences and aphorisms, that relate to human life and...
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A pronouncing Gaelic dictionary: to which is prefixed a consise but most ...

Neil MacAlpine - 1833 - 281 pages
...great riches; coinnichidh am beairtcach agus am bochd a ch^ile, is e'n Tighearna a rinn iad gu Icir, the rich and the poor meet together, the Lord is the maker of them all ; sad, melancholy ; is bochd an gnothuch e, It is a sad ajfuir, it is a melancholy circumstance;...
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Conversion: in a series of all the cases recorded in the New Testament ...

John Kershaw Craig - 1833
...nothing out of it." Has he Chap. viii. Ver. 48. + Ib. Ver. 59. rank and earthly distinctions ? " The rich and the poor meet together; the Lord is the Maker of them all." Has he knowledge, and wisdom, and learning ? "Whether there be tongues they shall cease; whether...
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The Philosophy of Religion: Or an Illustration of the Moral Laws of the Universe

Thomas Dick - 1833 - 391 pages
...existence. To the propriety of the sentiments now stated, the sacred Scriptures bear ample testimony. " The rich and the poor meet together ; the Lord is the maker of them all."* " Did not he that made me in the womb make my servant, and did he not fashion us alike ?"t "...
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Reminiscences of the Rev. Robert Hall: And Sketches of His Sermons Preached ...

John Greene - 1834 - 353 pages
...time, and that, too, in the place where I first listened to his ' hallowed' eloquence. His text was, The rich and the poor meet together : the Lord is the maker of them all. The service was attended by several dignitaries of the University, by Lord Osborne, the county...
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The Works of Hannah More

Hannah More - 1834 - 2318 pages
...familiarly to him on religious subjects. It seems to be a practical comment on that text which says, The rich and the poor meet together, the Lord is the maker of them all." And so far from creating disrespect, sir, and that nonsensical wicked notion about equality,...
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Works, Complete, Volume 1

Hannah More - 1835
...familiarly to him on religious subjects. It seems to be a practical comment on that text which says, ' The rich and the poor meet together : the Lord is the Maker of them all.' And so far from creating disrespect, sir, and that nonsensical wicked notion about equality,...
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The Works of Hannah More, Volume 1

Hannah More - 1835
...to him on religious subjects. It seems to be a practical comment on that text which says, the rick and the poor meet together, the Lord is the maker of them all. And so far from creating disrespect, sir, and that nonsensical wicked notion about equality, it...
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Analysis of the Bible, with reference to the social duty of man, by M. Martin

Robert Montgomery Martin - 1836
...good name is rather to be chosen than great riches, and loving favour rather than silver and gold. The rich and the poor meet together : the Lord is the maker of them all. [Prov.xxii. I, 2. Labour not to be rich : cease from thine own wisdom. Wilt thou set thine eyes...
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